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Summer time bottom Fishing

During the summer months as the water heats past 83 degrees the fish on the bottom move further out. Targeting both snapper and Grouper requires getting further offshore. Fishing in 60-120ft of water can make all the difference during the summertime, in the gulf. Finding bait and structure is key. These two components will definitely […]

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Finesse fishing the bottom

In the summer heat the pressure can really be a factor. The bite often slows down on average days. Using light tackle can help improve catch ratios. Certain species like Yellowtail and mangrove snapper shy away from heavier tackle and become less aggressive on certain days making them tough to catch. A great technique for […]

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Light Tackle Snapper

When fishing in the Bluewaters of the Gulf of Mexico, using light tackle can really work to an Anglers advantage! Fishing in 30ft + of depth is where an angler can really use light tackle to work for them. By downsizing line and outfit an Anglers have a more precise feel for their bait when […]

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Summer time reef fishing

In the summer time the water is much warmer, and begins to hold a vaster diversity of life. Typically grouper and snapper are most abundant on the reefs during the summer months. Species like amberjack and barracuda hang around the reef, even big kingfish and cobia are caught off the reef. In addition during the […]

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Summer time triple tail

During the summer, in the Bluewaters of the Gulf of Mexico the bite really heats up! The triple tail, a slightly nomadic species, tend to congregate around floating structure. With the summer months here and the crab traps high and dry, the triple tail tend to move further inshore clinging to any available structure. Targeting […]

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Late spring reef fishing

As the water temperatures continue to warm up in the blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico, The bite over the reef only gets better. The fishing continues to heat up as new species from the deep blue show up on the reef. Bait usually tends to be in abundance. Often times bites from big […]

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Full moon snapper fishing

When fishing the bluewaters of the Gulf of Mexico, certain periods of times make for even better fishing. One of those times is during and around the full moon! When there is a full moon that shines bright on the water at night and has a strong tidal effect, can have a positive effect on […]

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Springtime bottom Fishing

Bottom Fishing the Bluewaters of the Gulf of Mexico. When bottom Fishing in the late spring fishing can be at its best Grouper are abundant further offshore and the snapper bite tends to pick up. During these spring months on certain days the bite can really go off. From snapper limits to Gag Grouper limits […]

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Springtime tripletail

When Fishing offshore in the Gulf of Mexico, during the spring time the triple tail bite seems to pick up. Some of the key features to target is obviously floating structure, whether it be a floating palette or weed line it has to be some sort of structure to hold the triple tail in place. […]

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Bluewater Sight casting

When sight casting the bluewaters of the Gulf of Mexico anglers get to enjoy the visual action just beneath the surface! Typically when sight casting, Angler’s first acquire a target whether it be a school of Spanish mackerel busting at the surface on glass minnows, tunas swarming behind a shrimp boat or even triple tail […]

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